“It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.“ ~ Confucius He speaks to perseverance, focus, discipline, and patience. I’d add faith. These are all tools we can use to move into recovery.
Rhonda Lee has been sober, for the 13th time, for two weeks and she wants to meet her girlfriend’s at the neighborhood pub. She’s not worried about putting herself at risk to relapse because she hasn’t had any alcohol for 14 days and she feels strong. Is this risky or is this just evidence ofContinue reading “Is This Risky?”
Doesn’t work because before the big moment arrives, we have every opportunity up until then to change the plan. We know when we need to stop drinking. The only reason we don’t do it is because we don’t want to. The way to stop drinking is to stop thinking about it and just do it.Continue reading “Planning To Quit”
Notice that the cloud has edges? Yes. Early sobriety is wonderful for a lot of folks. We live in and on the Pink Cloud. This euphoric state follows us every where we go. We walk around feeling proud (as we should because getting sober is quite the endeavor for some of us), serene, unencumbered, andContinue reading “Oh, EUPHORIA!”
First, know that your guides change – all the time – unlike your GA (Guardian Angel) who not only is with your for the duration of your lifetime – it never changes. We are always accompanied by the same Angel. How do we recognize our Spirit Guides? They present themselves to us. They can comeContinue reading “How To Determine Your Spirit Guide”